Halalan 2022

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Ang halalan 2022 ay gaganapin sa Lunes, 9 Mayo 2022. Ito ang ika-17 halalang pampanguluhan sa Pilipinas mula 1935 at ikapitong sextennial halalang pampanguluhan mula 1986.

Ang kasalukuyang Pangulong Rodrigo Duterte ay hindi na maaaring maging kandidato sa pagkapangulo ayon sa Saligang Batas ng 1987. Ang posisyon ng pangulo at pangalawang pangulo ay magkahiwalay na hinahalal kaya maaari silang magmula sa magkaibang partido.

Sistema ng Halalan

Ayon sa Saligang Batas ng 1987, ang halalan ay ginaganap bawat ikaanim na taon mula noong 1992, sa ikalawang Lunes ng Mayo. Ang kasalukuyang pangulo ay mayroon lamang isang termino, habang ang pangalawang pangulo ay maaaring tumakbo sa susunod na termino.

Ang kandidatong makakukuha ng pinakamaraming boto ang siyang idinedeklarang panalo. Kapag may dalawa o higit pang kandidato na nakakuha ng parehong dami ng boto, magbobotohan sa kongreso kung sino ang ihahalal na pangulo at pangalawang pangulo. Ang mananalo sa pagkapangulo at pangalawang pangulo ay magsisilbi sa loob ng anim na taon mula 30 Hunyo 2022.[1]

Mga Kandidato

Ilalabas ng Komisyon sa Halalan ang opisyal na listahan ng mga kandidato sa Enero 2022.

Maaaring Tumakbo

Hindi Tatakbo

Sa Pagkapangulo

Sa Pagkapangulo at Pangalawang Pangulo

Mga Sanggunian

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